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Phillip Gunson

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Freelance journalist based in Caracas, Venezuela. He writes for Newsweek, the Economist, and the Miami Herald

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One of the promises of the President Bush's  New Way Forward  in Iraq is deployment of "provincial reconstruction teams" to work with local leaders.

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